Re: [webloggerusergroup] Home Grown Blog Tools?
>Now, I haveI need to bring my Perl up a couple of notches, but at some point I would
>generation scripts that create monthly archives and the front page,
>which is way more sensible. This combined with everything in a
>database makes it fairly easy to change everything site-wide if whim
like to attempt this kind of static page generation thing. My host (he.net)
does not have the CGI version of PHP installed, so I have to brush up on
the Perl. Right now everything is PHP run on the fly. I would prefer to
spit out static pages, but have the option to recreate them all when needed
(or also optionally not recreate them, so that archives have the look and
feel of the time they were created). I saw an interesting thing in the
Apache mod_rewrite documentation about a rewrite rule that would serve a
static .html version of a page, unless it was non-existant, in which case
it would run the corresponding script to generate said static page, then
serve it. Refreshing one's page would just require a cron job to go and
delete their .html files. Whoa!
>No RSS feed, through a combination of laziness and not really beingYeah I did mine for experience, but I also doubt it's useful to anyone.
>sure that it would be useful to anybody, ever.